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Ian Nelson Result and More

Hello All

Please find attached the result of last Weekends Competition The Ian Nelson Trophy. The winner with a magnificent 46 points was Darren Cumper. The runner up on count back was Lee Porter with 44 Points from Mick Edmunds. Fantastic scoring, congratulations and Well played all of you who achieved 40 plus Points.

28 cards were submitted and £50.00 was collected. Do the maths?

From this coming weekend we will revert to using the card box in the bar to Deposit competition and Handicap cards, plus envelopes clearly marked with fees enclosed.

Cards will be completed for competitions for 2 players only, if playing in a four ball 2 cards Required. I will accept three Players on a card for 3 balls, provided that the card is clearly marked with the names and handicaps of the players Concerned.

There is an up to date Handicap list in the changing room. It is your responsibility to Check and ensure that you are playing off the correct handicap before play.

Some members are confusing official CONGU Handicaps with those that are allotted in casual play and unofficial competitions. Please do not confuse the two!

Please take care when completing cards and thoroughly check that your scores are correct. Any future discrepancies will result in disqualification. The PSI in the changing room will remain out of use until further notice.

With the replacement of the white competition tees looking unlikely at present, the yellow tees are to be regarded as competition tees until further notice. This is not ideal but It is what it is. It is approved during COVID by the games regulators.

This weekend we will be playing the July Medal. For new members this has two Divisions Div 1, 0-18 Handicaps Div 2 19-28 Handicaps. £3.00 entry, birdie balls for par 3 holes Only, cards and fees to be deposited as above.

I have decided to reintroduce monthly Medal rounds in order to introduce a meaningful reduced Order of Merit table for 2020. We have now played around seven competitions. I will produce an OOM table shortly.

This Wednesday we will play the July Midweek Medal. All welcome, but let me know For the draw if you already have not.

Again welcome to all our new members. I hope you are enjoying being part of the club.

This weekend the bar reopens with strict restrictions. Limited seating inside. Table service Only. Cashless payment available. Maintain social distancing and be alert. Think of our Older and more vulnerable members. If you feel unwell please do not come to the club.

Many thanks and best wishes

Chris Snell

Weekend Competition

This weekend we will be playing for The Ian Nelson Trophy. This is a Stableford competition full handicap. £2.00 entry. Please ensure that cards are correctly marked with names and Handicaps clearly shown. If playing in 4 ball two cards required. Last weeks competition cards contained numerous scoring errors Resulting in Disqualifications and several entrants recording lower scores Then achieved.

Last Fridays Biceno Trophy was won by Vice Captain Nick Chapman with 41 Points. Well done Nick and congratulations to all who played and contributed to a great day which was organised at short notice to replace the cancelled Captains day. 24 entries and £95.00 was collected. I will post the full results in the changing room At the club.

Lastly welcome again to all of those who have recently joined the club. I hope you will Enjoy the experience and make many new friends.

The good news is that bar will be reopening with restrictions on Saturday 4th July respecting the government’s guidelines regarding social distancing etc. Full information in due course.

Best wishes

Chris Snell

SGC Competitions update

Good Morning All

I hope you and your families are well and that those of you that can are enjoying once again playing golf! The past couple of weeks have seen some excellent weather and scores to match! Under difficult Circumstances the Club has facilitated large numbers to obtain access to tee times through out the Week and many have taken advantage to the full. Thanks go to Colin Wyatt for all of his hard Work and organisational talents.

With the recent Government relaxation of social distancing rules it is anticipated that the council will soon Permit three or four balls to play on the course. Therefore I feel that the time is right to start playing club Competitions. We will start over the next weekend 5-7th June with The Stableford Trophy. This was abandoned due to severe weather before lockdown.

In order to play you must have a current valid club handicap. We will play off yellow tees unless white tees are installed. An updated handicap list will be placed in the changing room. Cards will be completed on one group card clearly showing the names and competitors plus clear scores. No signing required. All Putts must be holed out. £2.00 entry, apart from those listed below who paid fee last time. All cards and Fees to be left in a box provided in the changing room. Do not use the PSI Screen.

At present the bar and main clubhouse remains closed in accordance with EGU and Government instructions. Please maintain social distancing at all times. Do not touch pins. Preferred lies in all unraked bunkers in accordance with emergency R&A rules. You may bring your own refreshments.

You will be informed in due course on format of play, draw arrangements, order of play when situation Fully clear next week.

Already Paid
D Seymour, G Fraser, T Crispin ,M Edmunds, A Scott, Pete Robinson, Jorge, R George, P Eley, B Taylor, C Snell, A Langdon.

Best Wishes

Chris Snell
Competition Secretary

Biceno Trophy

N Chapman – R/U J Joseph

Guy Aldred

P Gray/D Seymour – R/U P Robinson/A Scott

Morrie Burns Trophy

P Robinson – R/U D Seymour

Ian Nelson Trophy

T Burgess – R/U L Burgess

Presidents Trophy

R Leek/M Johnson – R/U L Burgess/I Southgate

Autumn Shield

D Seymour / P Gray – R/U C Wyatt/R Leek

Fred Gates Trophy

T Burgess – R/U J Iguacel

Sportsman’s Trophy

D Cumper – R/U D Seymour

Henry Cotton

D Seymour – R/U A Scott

Southend Cup

R Leek – R/U I Southgate

H Foreman Cup

D Grimble – R/U L Porter

Veterans Trophy

S Ferguson – R/U R Leek

Order of Merit

D Seymour – R/U T Burgess

SGC Majors

Sportsman’s TrophyD Cumper – R/U D Seymour
Club Championship ScratchI Southgate – R/U L Burgess
Club Championship H’capL Burgess – R/U D Frost
Gold MedalP Eley – R/U D Burgess
Henry CottonD Seymour – R/U A Scott
Winter 4 BallJ Joseph/L Porter
R/U G Fuller/I McEwan
Summer 4 BallC Wyatt/C Deal
R/U S Ferguson/T Burgess
Southend CupR Leek – R/U I Southgate
H Foreman CupD Grimble – R/U L Porter
Veterans TrophyS Ferguson – R/U R Leek
Order of MeritD Seymour – R/U T Burgess

Southend on Sea Golf Club Winners 2018/2019 Season

Stableford TrophyT Crispin - R/U P Gray
Golden Day TrophyS Fullet - R/U D Frost
Biceno TrophyN Chapman - R/U J Joseph
Guy AldredP Gray/D Seymour
R/U P Robinson/A Scott
Morrie Burns TrophyP Robinson - R/U D Seymour
Ian Nelson TrophyT Burgess - R/U L Burgess
Presidents TrophyR Leek/M Johnson
R/U L Burgess/I Southgate
Henry Cotton QualifierN Chapman - R/U F Lockhart
Ravenswood TrophyS Fuller/D Payne
R/U A Scott/ R George
Ben Birkham TrophyD Frost – R/U M Sargent
Captains CupL Burgess – R/U J Joseph
Autumn ShieldD Seymour / P Gray
R/U C Wyatt/R Leek
M Hardiman TrophyM Butcher – R/U B Taylor
Silver MedalI McEwan – R/U P Gray
Tiger TrophyD Payne – R/U K Verner
Fred Gates TrophyT Burgess – R/U J Iguacel
Southend Electic CupJ Joseph – R/U J Iguacel
Burkes BowlG Fraser – R/U C Snell
Graham TrophyR George – R/U R Leek

Well done Southend Golf Club for raising £3,500 for the Reece Hawley Foundation

You are all blooming brilliant

- Keeley Robinson

The Reece Hawley Foundation

This weekend marked 1 year of support from Southend Golf Club with Peter Robinson as their Captain.

We were privileged to be invited to his drive out and to be given the opportunity to thank Peter, Keeley and everyone at Southend Golf Club for their amazing support over the past year. Between them all they have raised over £3,540 for The Reece Hawley Foundation for which we cannot express our gratitude enough.

Every penny that is raised in Reece’s name goes towards helping a young person with cancer and their loved ones make invaluable memories. We have helped more people this year than ever before and support like this will help us help countless more next year.

So again, please help us in thanking Peter, Keeley and all of the members of Southend Golf Club for their love and support and hope their charity of choice for 2020 can be just as successful and welcomed as we have been.

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New captains drive in best wishes to Tony Crispin have a fantastic year
15th December 2019

Another great afternoon at sgc to welcome in our new captain Tony Crispin thanks to the girls Sarah, Cathy Keeley, Julie for arranging and serving the food bucko and his assistant for doing the bar . All the best for the forthcoming year .

Your vice captain Nick

Wednesday Wanderers

Winners of the Annual Southend Golf Club Quiz league, Dave Seymour team captain, secret weapon Tony Howson’s wife and team motivator Ian Spooner pictured.

Wednesday Wanderers Christmas Away day Basildon G.C.

Southend Golf Club Christmas Golf Away Day 20th November 2019 at Kingswood Golf Course Basildon.

With a good turnout of members and guests the day started with a nine-hole putting competition on a frost covered putting green. The conditions made putting tricky and hard to read for most golfers, but not for eagle eye Paul Ealy who made it look easy, returning a winning card of 20 for the nine holes, could he owe it to skill or to those corduroy trousers!!

The day was organised by club member Brian Taylor and all would agree he made a fine job of it, well done Brian. We would also like to say thank you to the staff at Kingswood Golf Club for a warm welcome and excellent Christmas dinner to finish the day.

The weather and course were good for this time of year, and the outright winner of the eighteen-hole competition with a fine stableford score of 41 point was Mick Butcher well played Mick.

This is the final competition for the Wednesday Wanderers Order of Merit 2019.

Will Tony Howson cling on for a start to finish season victory? All to play for. Winner to be Presented with magnificent decanter filled with Spirit of choice!

Roger Foreman Match v Belfairs GC
27th October 2019

An emphatic win by the boys in Blue over their rivals from Belfairs Golf Club in the Roger Foreman Trophy match on Sunday 27th October.

The first four games were a close run thing and could easily have gone either way had it not been for the brilliance of Lee Porter and Jarrod (not Gerrard) Joseph overcoming their opponents by a single hole to win one up.

Likewise popular duo of Dave Seymour and Paul Gray came back from 2 down with 3 to play to close out the game at the 18th, terrific play gentlemen and not a sign of their usual pink attire to be seen.

The Captains & Vice match also went in the favour of Blue to cap a great year for Peter and Tony not only helping to secure the Shield but also to win the much coveted Woodhouse Tall Trophy played for every Autumn, well done boys a fine 2& 1 victory over Bob (Joan) & Trevor Is hard.

Next up International pairing of Jorge Iguacel & Baywatches own, Ian (Hasselhof) Southgate overcame their opponents with a fine 2 & 1 victory.

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First of the big winners, reliable duo of Stan Ferguson & Terry Burgess trounced their opponents 6&5 to take us to 5 from 5, truly a great start.

Next up we had returning member and former cadet Ian McEwan & Gary Fraser who clearly butchered their opponents, past Captains and all round good guys Pete Mahoney & Andy (Nosher) Nash 3&1. At this point the white wash was looking on at 6 from 6

In the next match we saw Colin Wyatt & Craig Deal outwitted for our first loss 3 & 1 we are told it was a great match though...........

Veterans and stalwarts of the Wednesday Wanderers were up next with Roy George & Paul Eley up against tough opponents and sadly succumbed by one hole to keep us at 6 up after 8.

Next up Big hitters, big drinkers, big eaters Andy (chips for me) Scott and Nick (Bubba) Chapman took on the next victims and were soundly out played, out drunk, out eaten and triumphed with a resounding 6&4 win.

Next up Lewis Burgess (surely the future of the club) & Dave Frost ably assisted by Chazza, took on a tough pair and after being 5 down with 5 to play really showed their teeth by coming back to win 5 on the trot for a great halved match.

In Match 11 we saw the great pairing of Ian Spooner & Darren Cumper up against two in form golfers, so they told me anyway. Belfairs duo managed to edge through with a 2&1 victory but it was still looking good for the boys in blue.

Next up was the dream team and new partners, no strangers to a vacation, Chris Kirby & Brian Taylor who got off to a great start and never looked in trouble to bring home the all important point with a fine and comfortable 4&3 victory.

Match 13 saw the tough pairing of Dave Grimble and Kevin Verner overcome their opponents with a sound 5&4 win, sorry.............

Next up was relative new boy and promising golfer Martin Johnson paired with the match play King, Bobby Leek and despite giving their opponents 2 shots on the 5th............. still managed to bamboozle them and pull off another point with a 1 up win.

Yet another trouncing came next with Malcolm Brennan & Ali Fisher totally outplaying their foes from the Burgundy brigade 6&5.

With the last match to come in, it was another Wednesday Wanderer pair of Tony Howson & Mick (new boy) Butcher who took on the the tough duo of R Beadell & H Brown, in a keenly contested match with a bit of toing and froing the game ended in an honourable half to close out the matches in the favour of SGC

A phenomenal result of 12-4 in the favour of the good guys, this was the biggest margin probably in the history of the competition.

Well done all who competed and special thanks to the girls for the food and Bucko and his delightful assistant for serving up the drinks. It leaves me to finish with one comment and that is the spirit and friendship continues in our club, please renew your subs and come along to the AGM.

Onward and upward SGC

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